said you should pay for your own protection if you're doing something like this. $1200 a year? >> thank you for sharing your story, that's it today for "your world." hello, i'm eric bolling, juan williams, greg gutfeld, kimberly guilfoyle and dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> was sunday's massacre in orlando preventible? there were a massive number of warning signs about omar mateen. we're learning as a kid he celebrated the 9/11 attacks. he also threatened to kill his classmates a few years ago. he said he hoped police would kill his wife and child so he could be a martyr. and we've also reported that the fbi was, he was on the fbi's radar for three years. and just a few weeks ago a gun store he visited alerted the fbi that someone tried to buy body armor and 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
>> we did contact authorities and let them know we just had a suspicious person that was in here. there was nothing that would come of it. our intuition was correct and it's just, it's very sad that we had him that close. he was that close that we law enforcement could have got their hands on him. >> the feds never followed up because they didn't have a name. this week the fbi's director said there's nothing different they could have done. >> we're going to look hard at our own work to see whether it's something we could have done differently. so far the honestance is i don't think so. i don't see anything that our agents should have done differently. >> the agency's former assistant director has a different thought on that. his political correctness at the bureau to blame? >> there's some things that i would do. get this wet blanket of political correctness off the backs of law enforcement. off the backs of the fbi. the bureau is being told about
what they can do and what they can't do. they can't go sniffing around. anything to do with muslims. they can't go around to mosques. they can't do things that they would normally do. i'm not talking things that are off the chards. i'm talking about things that normally would be done. the orders have come down from the white house. >> is that possible? >> it is possible. before you blame the fbi. the orders come from the top. these are all good people that trying to do their jobs. and if the fbi followed their gut, they might actually get fired because if they actually looked at something unusual, that's profiling. if this guy, if he was a needle in the haystack, he was a space needle. you could see this needle from mars. and it comes down to ebi, it's everyone but terror. whenever there's an act of terror, they can't say islamism,
it's too politically incorrect. it comes from the top, i think they lack the manpower. to do their jobs. it's not about changing the fbi, it's about changing the way they do business. i would defend the fbi on this because they didn't want this, either. >> does it scare you that they said at the fbi if it has to do with muslims, they have to be careful and maybe not investigate to the full extent. >> constitution protects people in terms of their religious freed oms. you have to be respectful of it. the question is profiling. >> the irs wasn't. >> stop and that so you have to be, you have to be respectful of of concerns over impinging on religious freed oms. you don't want to do that to anybody. the question was, it came from the white house, i have not heard this before. it sounds political to me, i'm not sure, if it's true, it's an outrage. >> i don't hear this from jim comby. i have not heard this from the assistant. i don't hear this from fbi
agents themselves. i hear they complain about lack of resources at times. as comey said earlier in the week, you're looking for a needle in a hay stack. >> having worked at the white house, i and i've worked at the justice department, too, i can't imagine an order like this coming from the white house to law enforcement. now the civil rights division or that might be a different ball of wax because as gorka was saying the other day, those are political appointees, that there's a point of view there. but in terms of law enforcement, i think it would be a huge red flag. if something, if someone from the white house had told the fbi back off to me that seems a little far fetched. however i'm not the former deputy director of the fbi. and he is. >> kg, so many -- >> i think that type of thing does happen. i've worked in d.a. offices, ag offices, u.s. attorney's. death penalty is on the book in
california we would not prosecute or consider any case for death penalty at the direction of our head d.a. that's the way it was. >> you're talking about religion? >> these type of things where they say okay don't harass muslims or don't do this, think it could be understood without it being put in writing as a direct order. when you see the doj not prosecute black panthers out of voting booths, right, at the voting polls because they're not going to harass them. yet they'll turn and prosecute something else or you have the irs -- this has been over and over again happening during this administration. >> maybe these, these clues weren't put together because the fbi was afraid of being branded as islamophobic? >> i definitely think so. imagine if today they invented a religion that advocated the killing of gays. we would not tolerate that. however, this is a religion that advocates that. there was an imam in orlando who said before this massacre you
know, to calling for the death of gays. so we homeland security was, is rejecting terms like jihad. they don't want to use terms like jihad or sharia. they feel it alienates the youth. however an imam can talk about the killing of gays. to fight a cult, you have to use the terminology of the cult. how else can you explain what the cult and its practices are. >> what's a cult here? >> what do you think it is? >> i don't know what you're saying. are you saying the entire religion is a cult? >> islamism is a cult. >> oh. are you saying islam is extremist. >> i don't know any more and i really don't care. i don't believe a religion affords any connection if they're connected to any kind of terror. islamism is applying religion politically. sharia law is a part of islamism. >> so you, the theory, the kind of islamism is the --
>> applying the religious doctrine into your life and saying you, juan williams have to live a certain way, that's islamism, that's a cult. >> but you understand that christianity, judaism, you could interpret it just as you did. >> at times i have. >> i want to be clear. >> christianity where it says if you're not a christian, you will be killed. i'm not sure where that is. >> in sharia law, if you're not, if you're not practicing -- >> as i understand what greg was saying -- >> in sharia, you don't come around you're the infidel and the infidel will be killed. >> i think we have a long history of people walking around with the scarlet letter and the like. once you violate the tenets of christianity. you're cast out, you're a sinner. >> the old testament is old for a reason. >> i would say that i think there's a reason not to harass muslims in the united states of america. i think there's a reason not to harass christians. i don't like any of it.
>> harassment, it's not harassment -- >> it's following the lead from evidence, building a case. >> believe me our legal enforce law enforcement officials follow leads with regard to mosques and islamic extremists every day. >> there's been a real reluctance to do so. >> that's not what he said. >> it's massive, is it not? >> it's part of the overall viewpoint of the administration. it's horrendous, but i don't find it so shocking, because they won't even say radical islamist terrorism. i mean -- really? this is what we've been dealing with. very selective prosecutions, punishing conservative groups, punishing with the irs, the doj, et cetera, et cetera. >> even if that's not the case, we misunderstood it, there were still so many clues, how in the world if we have this many clues and this guy can still perpetrate a massive terrorist attack, the ones that don't show
themselves the way he did? we're vulnerable. >> hindsight is 20/20. in an investigation you look back and say there's all those dots, we should have been able to connect them. that's true in almost any situation. i was surprised on monday when the fbi director said based on our investigation, which was pretty much four hours old, there's nothing we would have done differently. i thought they're going to have to eat those words. especially with the wife. now the wife has skipped town? and we find out that the house was deeded over to the family? >> $10, what a deal. >> in advance of this and the father is kind of a looney tune. maybe there were multiple clues. if you're in the middle of the haystack, you can't put it all together. >> if someone comes in and wants to buy 1,000 rounds of ammunition, some body armor -- >> they did the right thing. >> call the fbi. >> they say they didn't have a name, but i wonder did they have a picture? >> how about ask for the video
surveillance in the gun shop. every gun shop has a video camera. >> they said maybe there's some video surveillance in the parking lot or the place next door. >> you know what's scary in the long-term? watching the tv show, "the americans" where the kgb infiltrates as a family. the fbi stopped inquirying about this guy, he got married, got a job and they thought he had something to live for. but the terrorist goal is to infiltrate and blend by creating a family. san bernardino, the guy got married. this is the next level. there's no such thing as a lone wolf any more. >> it's family jihad. >> but this guy it seems mentally unstable from taking steroids. beating up -- a kid in seventh grade and stalking a woman. >> it was roid rage. >> i think this guy was mentally unstable for a long time. >> or he was a terrorist. >> he's evil and he's isis, how
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as a civil war and syria widens and isis gains strength, president obama is facing a diplomatic revolt at home. more than 50 state department officials have signed an internal memo protesting his syrian policy. they want the president to order more u.s. military action, including air strikes against the assad regime. secretary of state john kerry called the memo quote an important statement. he would discuss further when he returns from copenhagen. all right what should we be doing about this, dana? >> well, it is unusual we should definitely wait until he comes home. >> he's coming by bike. >> can you kite surf there? >> yes. it's unusual, state department employees are usually very
respectful of the chain of command. and the respect the political decisions. this is unusual also because you don't want to screw up your bonus structure. remember the report last week that said 99% of federal employees get an a-plus in all their bonuses and they're all doing well. i do think that this is spilling over from the foreign policy elite. if we can call them that. in like the foreign policy think tanks all around washington and new york and out to california. this is the kind of thing you've been hearing, this immense frustration that the way to get ahold of this is not, they don't just want a military solution, but they're horrified. we have hundreds of thousands of innocent people have been killed since we decided not to do the air strikes. this is the foreign policy establishment really, asking the president to reconsider. and to do something more drastic. >> what do you make of it? that's quite a big 50. >> it's not one or two
whistleblowers who has got an axe to grind. it's within the state department. a day after john brennan completely takes the legs out of president obama's policy or war on terror, says he's winning with isis, brennan says no, you're not. they may be infiltrating, western fighters, ready to go. and james comey said we've got a lot of work to do. president obama is telling us one thing is going on. it's working in syria, it's working in the middle east. it's working to combat terror here. and everyone around him is saying it ain't working. so one of these things doesn't fit. what's the end game. does he want to be that only, the sole voice that says it's working when it's dying. at some point you have to rethink the strategy. >> you run out the clock. that's your point. >> and depending, depending you know, if hillary clinton were to get in. you know more of the same. >> and in her book she writes,
she wanted to do the air strikes and she got rebuffed by obama. >> with respect to syria, in terms of her overall foreign policy approach. she was the secretary of state, so we can expect i think, another areas, more of the same. >> well as a professional chicken hawk, i spent a fair portion of time talking to people who are in active duty and veterans, they don't take it personally. if you ask them to go somewhere and kill bad people. they did not join the military for the health insurance. they've got to go to raqqah. we got to have ground troops, we kept saying it's not our fight. it's now our fight because they're coming here. the reality, the reality is, we're going to have american troops in there we've got to prove isis wrong. the whole point of the islamic state is to establish it in raqqah and i can't remember the name of the other place. it's in the koran. if you prove them wrong, it's going to be humiliating. the whole point of this is to prove them wrong so they go
away. >> we have to destroy them so they're not attracting you know, jihadists from all over the world and other groups declaring allegiance. for guys like mateen. >> you have to destroy and humiliate them, then they're no longer cool jihad. so they won't be so attractive to these other islamist jihadists around the world. >> i think 400,000 people are dead. it's just, it's a tragedy. now eric says people are dying, but people are dying in lots of theaters around the world. do you want the united states going in all of them? i don't think so. you got to make a choice, the key thing here in terms of this is, it's so impressive to me that 50 diplomats would say this is wrong. something is going on here. and robert ford, remember he was the ambassador, he resigned in '14 over just this issue and said to the president, do something. john kerry, john kerry for all the talk is one who said we feed to apply military pressure in order to get assad to the
negotiating table. the counterargument coming from the white house is, don't forget russia is backing assad. if you go in and start attacking assad directly, are you inviting a larger-scale conflict in the middle east? and finally don't forget there's not much political will for what gregory is talking about, putting american boots on the ground and saying yeah we're going to take control of syria. in this case, if you break it, you own it. >> do you want to own it? >> i think we send james taylor there. >> well you know, replacing assad isn't going to fix anything going on here. isis -- isis will still continue to try to kill. infiltrate america and kill americans. whether isis is controlling. russia is controlling assad. a new syrian regime. syria isn't going to -- fixing syria isn't going to fix our american terrorism problem. >> i think it would help a lot.
it would take away the ground for isis to operate and what greg was talking about. >> they don't need ground, do they? >> you go to those two cities, part of their whole dream, their desire. if you do that, we win. >> next juan thinks the gop is wrong when it comes to gun control. he's going to make another case for why republicans should get on board. and still ahead, facebook friday, plus our big announcement, a hint. we'll soon be embarking on a journey like we've never been on before.
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background checks and a ban on assault-style weapons. democrats in congress also make the case for more control. >> one thing we have not done at all is address the ready access to these kind of weapons that make it easy to kill a lot of people in a nightclub. >> this is not about isis, this is not any kind of foreign terror. this is about guns in america. >> the next time someone use as gun to kill one of us, a gun that we could have kept out of the hands of a terrorist, the members of this congress will have blood on our hands. >> wow, it's not just lawmakers, general stanley mcchrystal agrees in an op-ed in the "new york times" he says quote those of us who served in the military were trained in the effective and safe use of firearms. today some of our politicians and the people who back them seem to promote a culture of gun ownership that does not confirm with what i learned in the military. our leaders can start by doing
more to keep guns out of the hands of those who cannot be trusted to handle them responsibly. >> so greg, i no he all week you've been on me, you've just about cursed me out. over this issue. so i want to -- you know how bill o'reilly says tell me where i'm going wrong. i'll say that to you. >> thank you for saying that. for every minute of liberal blather about gun control it takes one hour of factual rebuttal and we don't have an hour left in the show to go over everything wrong. i believe obama is a genius. we know this was not a lone wolf operation. he's pretending with the help of others, and to be naive. president obama is playing stupid. sand talking about guns so he gives a false sense of confidence to the terrorists. oh, he doesn't know anything about terror. he thinks it's guns. here are three things wrong with what you're talking about. the timing, if your house is on fire, you don't remodel the kitch kitchen. right now our country is on fire with isis and we're talking about gun control. it's about focus on islamism,
the cult. two, your facts are wrong, as we have more guns, homicides are going down. where there is crime it's tushlly proximity. that's why you can't compare the outback of australia to detroit. if there were more urban centers there tends to be proximity. gun control takes the protection away from the common man and women, you're on your perch in fox news surrounded by security talking about and they don't have that luxury. >> clearly it's not elitist when you see the polls that show overwhelming support for closing gun show loopholes and online buying. >> who is not for common-sense stuff. >> owe, i didn't know that. >> that's a straw man argument. >> we never said we weren't. >> i think that's what you just said. >> it's homophobic to think that a gay club that serves alcohol can't have people in there with guns. why? >> if they did have, they had a guard in there with a gun. it didn't make a difference. >> that wasn't enough.
>> you want everybody to have a gun. >> why not? >> one of the things cited by mcchrystal in his piece is he said you know it's incredible from 2001-2010, 119,000 people killed. 18 times all the combat deaths in iraq and afghanistan. that's going on right here in the united states because of lax gun control. >> here's the thing, proposed solutions must meet a logical question. and at this point i don't see that. and i think what senator elizabeth warren said was quite offensive. because if you are focused so much on a gun, banning a gun, that didn't have anything to do with the orlando terror attack and you're not focused on how you deal with the ideological threat and the recruitment that isis is using and it's not a lone wolf thing, how lonely can he be when he's checking facebook to see if he's had an impact with his shooting. >> i could be persuaded if there were logical facts presentsed to me and a cost-benefit analysis. we think we need to do x and that will get us to y. that's how you should have
debates in america. it's not amoral to be willing to defend yourself. and that is, that is -- >> that's your constitutional right. >> do you think that this is about taking guns away? >> i think it is. it's about taking guns away from people that have a second amendment right to be able to possess a firearm and be able to defend themselves. if there were other weapons and more people had guns in that place, not assen many people would have been killed. >> you're saying in a bar where people are drinking, picking each other up and partying, you want to introduce guns. >> i didn't say that you make these ridiculous -- overbroad -- >> i would say that. >> you would? >> yeah, it's a soft target. you have to harden all targets. >> i think there should be weapons in school. so children are protected. they have a security guard in front, they lock the doors. why do bad people want to go to schools, movie theaters to go to clubs like music venues like the
bataclan and like the pulse? because it's easy. it's high capacity. to be able to have a lot of people there. it's a target-rich environment. >> you know where there's guns in bars? in airports. >> in texas? >> yes. >> i know you have this thing about assault weapons. you can see the polls are pretty clear. americans say we don't understand why you would be giving guns, assault weapons to terrorists. or to mass killers. >> do we do that? >> yeah. look what the mass killers use, time and again, they're using assault-style weapons. >> so i've sat here patiently. listening to all this. >> is that evidence of -- >> the valerie jarrett talking points. >> go at me. >> but you're wrong on so many points. >> number one there's not a single proposed change in gun laws that would have prevented orlando. not one, not background checks, not terror watchlists, not one. assault weapons, none of that stuff would have changed orlando. it's still would have happened. why are background checks increasing background checks
elitist? because poor people, it will increase the cost of a gun. poor people can barely afford the cost of a gun. bad guys will always be able to afford an illegal gun. >> you think poor people are short on guns, even though you can see what kind of -- >> poor people will be hurt the most. >> gang violence. so the carnage. you say this is about poor people? >> you and many other people who are talking about this gun, the ar-15 is not an assault weapon. it's a rifle. it's a deer-hunting rifle. >> it has a magazine that has 30 rounds in it. >> it depends on the state it depends on the state. florida, yes, california no. and 15 capacity with a bullet button in california. not in florida. know your laws, first, juan. >> if they look like they're speedsters in the road. volkswagen engines, that's what the ar is a deer rifle, 22-caliber, it's not a bad-ass
gun. >> the capacity of the magazine is such -- >> how do you feel about shotguns? >> last one. you guys worry about the 10,000 people who died of gun homicide. a lot of them are gang members, you worry about the 10,000. you don't worry about the 400,000 people who die from heart disease, the 300,000 people who die from cancer. do you see -- oh, my god. >> emphasis -- forget guns? it's a public health issue like hearts, i think america would be in, we would do everything to stop it. we would cure that disease. this is not very popular. >> as gun ownership has increased homicide rates have gone down. >> that's nuts. >> you know what? by the way, i don't understand how you say let terrorists have guns in america. >> we never said that. nobody said that. >> you're making that up. lying juan williams, lying juan williams. >> a terrorist watch list, you said it doesn't make a difference. >> stay with us, facebook friday
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facebook time. yes it is happening, kimberly. why so cynical? facebook friday. i'm going to start with you then. from sylvia r. great question, an amazing question, if you could have personally witnessed anything like an historical thing on a sporting event or something magical, what would you have want to have been present at? >> well the first thing that comes to mind is when we landed on the moon. >> so you would like to be there on the moon? or would you like to be watching it. >> i would kind of maybe be watching it. i might be a little worried about getting back. think that was very interesting and historical and important. >> the astronauts would have loved you, though.
juan? >> there are lots of things that are fun and thrilling. for some reason i think i've seen the hintenberg blow up, or you can imagine great speeches, i love great speeches. you imagine if you heard john f. kennedy. what can you do for your country, no the what your country can do for you or martin luther king jr., if you were down there by the lincoln memorial, that would be great. >> historical. >> i want to see the resurrection. i want to see jesus get up off the table move the rock and walk out andky say to all the -- >> hey -- >> i would be worried if i were you. i'd be very worried if i were you. >> i bettor be going now. >> it was just the muslims before. >> now we've got another evil little creature at the table. >> i'm sorry. >> no, that's quite all right. >> i believe. >> i was going to say the multiplying of the loaves and
fishes. or jonah and the whale. i had this children's bible when i was a kid and there was a picture of jonah inside a whale making a little camp fire. while he waited. >> i remember that. and i used to, i remember i used to ask my parents, did that really happen? and not too long ago a person actually got spit out by a whale so maybe it actually did happen. not in that way with a campfire inside the whale. >> i would probably say a campfire in the whale. didn't happen. but hey i want to be present at the big bang when it all started. would be amazing, don't you wonder in the first infinitesimal moment, what happened, what was there before? >> it must have been really loud. >> i think he would have been too anxious, to be honest. >> i would have been loaded up on meds, it would have been great. let's go this way. >> big bang, come on. >> i like the idea. >> doesn't -- >> i'll go with the alternate explanation of how it all started. >> around this way from marilyn,
what books would you recommend for someone wanting to learn more about our country? >> not even, you could preorder that. mitch daniels, the former governor of indiana, now the president of purdue university wrote a book the name is escaping me, mitch daniels, i think he writes some of the best conservative defense points i've ever seen in my life. very well laid out. >> obviously -- "legends and lies." >> you know where your bread is buttered. >> it's been fun to watch had this whole series. bill o'reilly narrates over paul reve revere. >> it's a guilty pleasure. >> stop it. >> a guilty pleasure. [ kissing sounds ] >> kimberly! >> i always think it's fiction. we had a facebook friday question about your favorite book as a kid.
my answer was "the chosen." two immigrant jewish kids in brooklyn where i grew up. i also think like josh grisham, a time to kill where you see american individualism and american virtue play out in a way justice delivered and "to kill a mockingbird." >> why would you do that? >> to kill a mockingbird. we're talking about books not killing little innocent animals. jesus, juan sometimes wonders. >> i love early american history. i do like "legends and lies" how about brian killmeade's book on george washington. that's a good one. by saying that, where does it get me, bolling? >> i don't know. >> on the floor, the 17th floor, right? >> he is my neighbor. >> it's an old book. it matters, closing of the american mind. all
allen blum, it forecast political correctness, about campuses in the '80s, i read it and it stuck with me. >> the name of the mitch daniels book is "keeping the republic." >> from brian s., favorite restaurant in new york city, i know this one. >> del frisco's right across the street. best cocktails on the planet. >> what did yogi berra used to say? nobody used to go there any more, it's too crowded. >> i would aoceana, right next door and that's just terrific and you can still get in there. >> i'd have to say del frisco's and i'm not going to say any other places, because people may come there and try to find me. >> i'm not worried about that, i guess. the smith. >> that's very good. >> dana i went there because you told me to. >> the smith -- and something? >> and wesson? >> i went there on your recommendation. >> a place called cannon cook on
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"the five" is about to embark on our first-ever road trip together. we're hitting the road to the white house of sorts. we're going to be hopping on a bus just like this one. beginning on july 15th and riding to cleveland and philadelphia for the republican and democratic national conventions. >> you can fit in that. >> a two-week adventure. >> so can you. >> as you're going to hear from the crew, we're excited. i'm great on a road trip. so everybody knows you're in very good hands. i'm small. i bring great snacks. custom-made for everybody. i do great music selection, i know when to shut up andky do very educational games along the way. >> i'm the opposite.
i bring lots of healthy food. the healthiest is beans. you can have never have enough beans on a bus. and i bring home movies, it's a 12-hour movie of children playing marco polo. >> torture, torture. >> i'm a good packer. >> the white house with the press corresponds' dinner. the one purse roll up, the dress. i'm not worried about the packing situation. i'm worried about his extreme levels of gastrointestinal distress. but besides that, don't know if i want to play any educational games. if you bring good snacks, i can be persuaded. >> i can do snacks. >> if there's some liquid beverages of sorts. >> can you be in charge of liquid beverages. >> let's make our own rules. it's good to travel with bolling. bolling picks up the tab. he's like sean hannity. >> i think the best part is
meeting fox sands. i imagine this is going to be a magnet and people are going to want to get on the bus with us, they'll want to be inside of the bus. it's a convention. we're going to the convention. at the conventions, i think this may be the top destination. people say hey, you know i want to get on "the five" bus. >> juan you're going to be in the front. >> who's driving? >> i would love to drive the bus. but i have to get a special license. >> we're going to stop along the way, between here and cleveland and then philly. >> or yeah, so if anybody has recommendations for great road trips stops. i actually, i don't know about that, i'm excited about this because look, it's going to happen. so you have to have a good attitude. >> if you know places can you stop off the highway where people sell certain kind of homegrown things that are like -- >> vegetables or good for your eyesight. >> farmers markets. >> i'll bring more snacks. >> yes, we're going to need them. oh yeah. we're going to need a lot of
p.m., rob long, comedian and rob o'neill. and nick depaolo. another comedian. time for this. >> greg's immigration news. >> well america just got one more citizen today. my wife. this morning she was sworn in, there she is, better have an american flag. there's the american flag. >> it's she's incredibly happy. i think she's happy. >> she looks happy. i hope we made the right choice we had a lot of countries to choose from. we had a great time there. elena is thrilled, there she is. i don't know, in dresses and stuff. >> you've done well for yourself. >> she's a fashion designer. >> it's incredible how psyched people are when they go through this. people are crying. >> look at your face there. >> that's when we got married. >> what is wrong with you? >> i left. i had to go some stuff. >> that was your wedding photo? >> it was city hall. >> congratulations to elena and you. >> my gosh.
juan ito, you're up. >> father's day this weekend and eli, my 6-year-old grandson, boy did he have a big week. there he is, graduating from kindergarten with his teachers, at the latin american multicultural bilingual charter school in d.c. >> of course. >> there's the whole class jumping up and down, the whole kindergarten class on stage and here's eli getting ready for summer vacation in his t-shirt if you can't read it, it says straight outta kindergarten. and guess what eli lost his first tooth this week. >> everything happens. he is a big boy. way to go, eli. >> what a big week. >> okay. so this is a very sweet story i think, because you're never forgotten when you serve in this country. nypd members gathered in queens to give a final salute to a retired detective in and world war ii veteran who passed away. 113th presipgt, 95-year-old
william brown discovering he had no surviving next of kin. they became aware of him during his final months after responding to a 311 call from a concerned neighbor. they said we're going to take this guy on as one of our own. so they learned that not only was he retired detective, but this world war ii veteran, which is very special. he fought in the 369th infantry regiment known as what, juan? >> harlem hell fighters. very cool. >> what a great story. >> a lot of good one more things in this week. >> i have shawn in my life. very sweet. thank you very much, shawn. >> shawn -- shawn o'rourke, my producer. >> saved awe lot of trouble. i have a little announcement. we did it in the form of a movie tail trailer. a shortened version it will be up on my facebook page in just a minute this is kind of fun. ♪
>> a book or movie. >> it's not a movie, it's a book. coming out october 25th. about jasper andal the other dogs in my life and not only written by me, but it includes a lot of the great photoshops, i'll pretty excited about it. >> he'll have no idea there's a book out about him. >> i know. he won't be checking his amazon ratings. >> he won't be like me, damn, i've fallen! >> bolling is ahead of me!
>>. later on tonight make sure you stay here. to watch o'reilly, a deep dive into the terror threat. important guests, dana perino is going to be on the show. >> great booking. >> paul ryan as well talking about the terror threat. ready for this? cleveland fans, game six last night check out how they sang the national anthem, watch. >>. ♪ o say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ >> fantastic rendition and cleveland went on to win, forcing a game seven sunday night. guess what, sunday is father's
day. and happy father's day, i would like to wish every father a happy father's day. >> happy father's day juan and bolling. >> "special report," think it's chris wallace. >> dissent inside the state department as dozens of u.s. diplomats call on president obama to attack the regime of syrian president assad. this is "special report." good evening, welcome to washington, i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. diplomacy isn't working, that's what more than 50 u.s. diplomats say, about president obama's syria policy. the extraordinary dissent filed by career state department officials reveals a stark internal divide over the president's handoff approach to the bloody civil war in syria that's killed more than